Unisex urban fashion that falls in line with sustainable development principles while boasting an ultra-hip reputation? This is the wild gamble pulled off by Story MFG, whose duo manages to reconcile nature and ready-to-wear.
Proviz Sports is a specialist in reflective sportswear and is celebrating its 10th anniversary with an innovative new range and smart digital campaign.
Celebrated lighting brand Plumen has just brought out a new LED bulb with the aim of replacing its 001 bulb with a more environmentally-friendly and sustainable alternative. Despite technological advances, the brand has retained the bulb’s recognisable design in the form of a loop, offering lighting that is both aesthetic and energy-saving.
It all started in Byron Bay, just a few kilometres from Brisbane. It was on the heavenly beaches of Western Australia that the Stevie May label was born in 2015, a brand with a sophisticated Bohemian aesthetic that combines sixties-inspired nonchalance with refined elegance.
This autumn, Asos is launching the White collection just for men. With basic pieces and a minimalist style, we take a look at a timeless wardrobe to wear (and re-wear) season after season…
While the concept of ethical fashion is making headway, the focus is on The Colors of Nature, a small family business in southern India that specialises in natural and eco-responsible dyes.
Paris – Los Angeles – New York. It is via this inspirational urban triptych that Lisa Chavy, creative director of Undiz, last year launched Livy, a high-end lingerie label with ultra-desirable silhouettes. One year later, the brand successfully blows out its first birthday candle.
Behind a name that single-handedly evokes the plains of eastern Ukraine hides an opportunely minimalist and feminine ready-to-wear label. It’s bias? To create clothes that go beyond time and trends to shape their own reality.
On the strength of traditional know-how, Obradors designs, weaves and produces textiles that are both sturdy and high-quality, drawing deeply on new technologies.
Two graduates from Design Academy Eindhoven have created a series of original and authentic items of furniture called Responsive Furniture. Christian Hammer Juhl and Jade Chan were inspired by the need for change expressed by the Dutch population.